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Exhibits & Programs

There is Black Art in the Future,


Curated and designed by Juliandra Jones, this exhibit features six Black artists responding to multiple crises of our time — racial injustice, Covid-19, economic dislocation, climate change and political polarization.


IFEP launched its "Visionaries" series of discussions about the future of free expression with two of America’s most accomplished journalists, former executive editors Martin Baron and David Shribman. The second episode features Ugandan poet Stella Nyanzi speaking on her writing, womens-rights advocacy, and research on sexual health in Uganda.

Marty Baron
David Shribman
Stella Nyanzi
Faces of Free Expression Agnes Callamard

MAY 3 - JULY 19

IFEX launched its “Faces” campaign to encourage people to defend free expression by sharing the inspiring stories of some of the courageous people who do.

The International Free Expression Project and Point Park University Center for Media Innovation presented "Bad Activist," a multimedia performance stage show by exiled Vietnamese pop star, dissident Mai Khoi.

Mai Khoi Bad Activist
Mai Khoi Bad Activist

SEPT. 15TH, 2022


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